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... the Ukrainian city of the same name - where Ukrainian forces have lost control of the border and rebels rule the land. In a choking cloud of dust, the white-painted lorries crawled off the road and lumbered into place in serried lines on the parched field. The drivers, in their unmarked khaki uniforms of baseball cap, T-shirt and slacks, slipped out of their cabs and made for the makeshift showers set up by soldiers from a neighbouring army base. Luhansk was just a few ...
... I held up a bottle of Andygator and it read 8% per vol!! That's like Smirnoff Black!! I was switching to Bourbon and going to have a shower and get ready for night number two which had definitely begun early. Way too early. I was in a great mood when Mr Larry turned up. He's saved some more tasty tracks for us to listen to so here we were riding with the hippest taxi driver in New Orleans. The music pumping it was barely dark and Bourbon Street was upon us again, but this ...
... beef. It is the stuff in the pictures that Vaughan is dumping into the already full sandwich. This was a really good sandwich! Vaughan, who lives for sandwiches has been promising himself that tomorrow he is going back for the exact same one, only this time he's not sharing it with me:)
Our last full day in New Orleans started with us dropping off laundry for a wash, dry and fold. Surprisingly this is a cheaper option than doing the washing yourself ...
... the Blues tent to see the headline act which was Rodriguez. The Sugarman was very frail and the sound was not set up the best, but he managed his main hits and a few other songs. I guess he must be in his 70s now, but he was not as fit as Leonard Cohen or Mick Jagger, probably a reflection of all those years working as an odd job man in Detroit.
As we left the site later there was a huge queue for the bus back to town, but generally people were happy and chatty. ...
... and making you feel like no one is around you. We had millions partying right behind us and the only focus was on the instruments playing, the voice of the singer, and just feeling the vibe.
Next up we went into a small bar with live music on a corner.. it was quite dead and filled with mostly lesbians but the band was so good it sucked us in and we stayed. The lead singer had the most energetic, rock the set personality we had ...